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The Great Bible 1539



60:1Get the vp by tymes, & be bryght, for thy lyght commeth, & the glory of the Lorde is rysen vp vpon the.
60:2For lo, whyle the darcknesse & cloude couereth the earth and the people, the Lorde shall shewe the lyght, & his glory shall be sene in the.
60:3The Gentiles shall come to thy lyght, and kynges to the bryghtnes that spryngeth forth vpon the.
60:4Lyft vp thyne eyes, & loke rounde aboute the? All these gather themselues, & come to the. Thy Sonnes shall come vnto the from farre, and thy daughters shall gather them selues to the on euery syde.
60:5Then thou shalt se thys: and be gloriouse, thou shalt maruell exceadyngly, and thyne hert shalbe opened: when the abundaunce of the see shalbe conuerted vnto the (that is) when the ryches of the Gentiles shall come vnto the.
60:6The multitude of Camels shall couer the, the dromedaries of Madian & Epha All they of Saba shall come, bryngynge golde & incense, & shewinge the prayse of the Lord.
60:7All the catell of Cedar shalbe gathered vnto the, the rammes of Nabaioth shall serue the, to be offred acceptablye vpon myne aulter, which I haue chosen, & in the house of my glory which I haue garnyshed.
60:8But what are these, that fle here lyke the cloudes, & as the doues flyenge to theyr wyndowes?
60:9The Iles also shall wayte for me, & specially the shyppes of Tharsis: that they maye brynge thy sonnes from farre, & theyr syluer & their golde with them, vnto the name of the Lorde thy God, vnto the holy one of Israel, that hath glorifyed the.
60:10Straungers shall buylde vp thy walles, & theyr kynges shall do the seruyce. For when I was angrie, I smote the: and of my mercye, I pardoned the:
60:11Thy gates shall stande open styll both daye and nyght, and neuer be shut: that the hooste of the Gentiles maye come, and that theyr kinges maye be brought vnto the.
60:12For euery people and kyngdome that serueth not the, shall perysh, & be distroyed wt vtter destructyon.
60:13The glory of libanus shall come vnto the. The Fyrre trees, Boxes and Cedres together, to garnyshe the place of my Sanctuary, for I wyll glorifye the place of my fete.
60:14Moreouer, those shall come knelyng vnto the, that haue vexed the: and all they that despysed the, shall fall downe at thy fote. Thou shalt be called the cytie of the Lorde, Sion the cytie of the holy one of Israel.
60:15Because thou hast bene forsaken and hated, so that noman went thorowe the: I wyll make the gloryous for euer and euer, and ioyful thorow out all posterities:
60:16Thou shalt sucke the mylck of the Gentiles, and kynges brestes shall fede the. And thou shalt know, that I the Lorde am thy Sauyoure and redemer, the myghty one of Iacob.
60:17For brasse, wyll I geue the golde, and for yron syluer: for wod brasse, & for stones yron. I will torne thyne oppressyon into peace, & thyne exactyons into ryghteousnes.
60:18Uiolence and robbery shall neuer be hearde of in thy lande, nether harme and destruccyon with in thy borders. Thy walles shalbe called health, and thy gates the prayse of God.
60:19The Sunne shall neuer be thy daye lyght, and the lyght of the Moone shall neuer shyne vnto the: but the Lorde him selfe shalbe thyne euerlastyng lyght, and thy God shalbe thy glory.
60:20Thy Sunne shall neuer go downe, and thy Moone shall not be hydde, for the Lorde hym selfe shalbe thy euerlastynge lyght, and thy sorowfull dayes shalbe ended.
60:21Thy people shalbe all ryghteous, and possesse the lande euer: the floure of my plantynge, the worke of my handes, wherof I wyll reioyce.
60:22Thy yongest and leest shall growe in to a thousande, and the symplest in to a stronge people. I the Lorde shall shortly bringe this thinge to passe in his tyme.
The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible 1539

The Great Bible of 1539 was the first authorized edition of the Bible in English, authorized by King Henry VIII of England to be read aloud in the church services of the Church of England. The Great Bible was prepared by Myles Coverdale, working under commission of Thomas, Lord Cromwell, Secretary to Henry VIII and Vicar General. In 1538, Cromwell directed the clergy to provide "one book of the bible of the largest volume in English, and the same set up in some convenient place within the said church that ye have care of, whereas your parishioners may most commodiously resort to the same and read it."